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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1911)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
GOPHER PLAYER IS MISSED
Un Erdahl, Who Won His" "M" on
Minnesota Team Laat Year, Takes
Off Uniform and Quits.
Lon Erdahl, who mndo his "M" last
proar, playing tho position of full baclj
fin tho Mlnnosota university football
(squad llno-up, and who appoarod In
(tho gamo against Amos as qunrton
(back, has takon off his uniform. Hd
Unnouncod that ho had "quit." !
( Parental objection ho advanced M
the causo, although It Is undorstooq
A FEW CANDIDATES FOR TRACK
AND CROSS-COUNTRY TEAMS
OUT FOR PLACE8.
Training for Bprlng athlotlcs has al
ready begun, qulto a fow men report
ing ovory ovonlng for basketball and
Whllo cool weather has proventod
many mon from gottlng out, who oth
orwlso would havo, a fow track aspir
ants havo boon out for a fow turns
ovory night. Somo of tho moro am
bitious havo joined tho croBB-country
squad and aro taking a run of sovoral
mllos each night. Nono of last year's
team havo roported, howovor, but It is
oxpocted that a squad will begin to
got out for tho Indoor ovonts.
LOCAL ACADEMIC8 CLA8H,
Lincoln Academy Defeats Nebraska
Lincoln Acadomy football team hum
bled tho NobraBka Military Acadomy
football squad Thursday by defeating
tho Acadomy boys G-f. Tho pupils of
Sid Collins did nob havo any the
worst of tho oncountor, howovor, o'x
copt iu tho matter of not kicking goal.
Lincoln Acadomy plays Tomplo
High school Friday aftornoon, on Ne
Married at Tccumseh.
Tho marrlago of Albert Long and
Myrtlo Jury took place atTecumsoh,
Mr. Long gruduatod from tho law
school of tho University in 1909.
Classification of Liars.
Prof. Robblns, in freshman law
class: "I havo heard that thoro aro
throo kinds of Harp: ordinary liars,
liars, and oxport witnesses."
Does not come from the mere possession of a suit or
overcoat for which you have paid a fancy price; but
rather from the satisfactory wear and service you
get from a garment in proportion to the price you paid
This satisfaction is evinced by your desire to getan
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Ours Are Satisfying Clothes
They are made soby the absolute guarantee we
give, insuring all wool, lasting shape and wear.
One look at our suits and overcoats will insure
you future Clothes Satisfaction.
Popular Priced Clothes
$10 to $25
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Corner 10th and O Sts.
MONTGOMERY and STONE
AND COMPANY OF 85
Erdahl might havo ovorcomo what
ever difficulty ho has necountorod
from this direction If Coach Williams
had lent a moro willing oar to the
studont'B request for favored position,1
In tho llno-up.
FOUR ENGLISH BOXERS COME
Will Ames, London Manager, Bring
Over Quartet of Fighters for
An invasion of tho United States by1.
fmir TCncrliflh hoxors la to bo mndo by I
(Will Amos, a London manager, who!
jhas brought over Sid Smith, a clover
(bantam; Sid Burns, a flashy woltor;
Elllv Marchant. said to bo anothor Jem".
jDrlscoll In tho foathorwelght ranks
and Georgo Randan, a ugntwoignq
who Is said to bo not far behind FrodJ
dlo Welsh and Wells in clovoross. .'
Bmlth sooks matches with Franklq
BuroB, Johnny Daly and -Johnny Coul-j
on. Marchant wants to meet Abo At'
Th four Englishmen will hava
LiBtchattt fn New York. Boston. Ph!l4
ladelphla and New Orleans, boxing alj
la Sauad for Yale Crews.
A total of 21 candidates responded
to the call for crew candidates at
vu university, and Princeton, too,
a'as more men anxious for seat m
ah All n than ever before, so that
the outlook for rowing is promising,
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